Month: July 2021

  • If The Shoe Fits

    If The Shoe Fits

    The premise of “If The Shoe Fits” is simple: take the basic Cinderella story but modernize it with a plus-size, shoe designer heroine looking for her happily ever after.  This is Julie Murphy’s first adult novel and the first from Disney’s new publishing house.  It is also the first in the Meant To Be series […]

  • The Wreckage of My Presence: Essays

    The Wreckage of My Presence: Essays

    I first saw Casey Wilson on the sitcom “Happy Endings” and have been a fan of hers ever since. Her over the top style of comedy always makes me laugh so when I heard she was publishing a book of essays, I immediately ordered it for my library.  This book lived up to my expectations […]

  • The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

    The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

    Sometimes a book is talked about so much and with such grandiose praise that it can never live up to the hype.  Even if your friends, and readers you trust have told you that you’ll like it and that it’s wonderful, you worry it will be a letdown. It may have won awards and recognitions, […]

  • One Last Stop

    One Last Stop

    For those that read Casey McQuiston’s first book “Red, White, and Royal Blue” and loved it just like me, you may have been worried that her follow up wouldn’t capture the charm and joy and romance of that story. Fear not.  If anything, “One Last Stop” manages to take everything I loved about that first […]